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    Youth Break With President Over Health Care in Harvard Poll

    The nation’s youth, a group that twice rallied behind President Barack Obama at the ballot box, is failing to support his signature domestic achievement and increasingly disillusioned with his presidency.

    More than half of those 18 to 29 years old say they disapprove of Obamacare and half expect it will increase their health-care costs, a survey by Harvard University’s Institute of Politics shows. Four in 10 say they anticipate the quality of their coverage will get worse because of the law.

    In a finding perhaps even more troubling for the White House, almost half in that age group, the so-called millennials, say they’re unlikely to enroll in insurance through a government exchange, even if eligible. That could put at risk the economics of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which needs young, healthy people to enroll in large numbers to offset the costs of caring for older, sicker Americans.
    Here's the final nail in the coffin, can we repeal it now or do we have to wait until we all feel the full pain.

    Article here

    My mistake, there is already a thread about this:

    I've asked for this thread to be killed.
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    I don't attack my constituents. Bob is my constituent now.
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